BMX - [B]Need help with old GT Performer!!![/B]
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08-17-04, 01:09 AM
I own an early '90's black GT Performer, and need advice. I was wondering if I should just sell it, keep it and sell it later as a collector's item, and if I was to sell it what would be a good price. Thanks in advance for all help....
08-17-04, 09:20 AM
Not sure that the 90's performers will pull much of any value really. The mid-80's freestyle bikes sometimes are viewed as collectors items, but in the 90's especially GT started to really go downhill and screw up their bikes. They were also readily available and did not have a lot of style to them.
While you don't see them on eBay all the time, I would expect that a 90's GT wouldn't go for more than about $50-$100. Bikes have come a LONG way since the 90's GT bikes, and the bike isn't old enough to be a 'classic'. So, that just makes it old and low quality by today's standards.
08-17-04, 11:37 AM
ya my cousin had a 99 or 98 gt performer, it wasn't bad but it was crap, but i would have taken it at the time lol. Ya if u have an older bike they aren't worth half as much as the regular price if that. Some can go higher if they are "classics"
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